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Christmas on tv, from the classics to new cinema at home during the holidays
The animation by Disney at the cinema on arrival on the small screen, the Christmas holidays are the occasion for a feast of movies on tv. From the news in the first vision, the live action of the beauty and The Beast , not to be missed festivals such as Seven brides for seven brothers and A chair for two , but also the opportunity to revisit classics such as gone with the wind , comedy unique of Roberto Benigni with Massimo Troisi in Non ci resta che piangere , the emotion of E. T. and life is beautiful .

It begins Monday, December 23, with finding Nemo , on Rai 2 at 21.20. Nemo is a small clown fish who lives with his dad Marlin, decided to everything possible to protect it from the dangers of the great barrier reef. But the Nemo is away and transported by the strong currents and ends up in a fishing boat. His father puts on his tracks by organising a real expedition in the company of a forgetful fish surgeon, Dory. On Rete4 to 21.25 comes the trip into the past of a primary school teacher and a janitor, Benigni and Troisi, who find themselves in 1492, on the Non ci resta che piangere (1984). On Channel 5 at 21.20 The Big Gentle Giant (2016), the film by Steven Spielberg adapted from the novel The Ggg of Roald Dahl. On Sky Cinema at 21.15 Jennifer Lopez and Vannessa Hudgens in Ricomincio da me , a comedy about the desire for redemption, while on Sky movies Family at 21, the new animated version of white Fang , from the masterpiece of Jack London.

on christmas eve, 24 December at 21.05 su Rai 2 arrives in the first tv The finding Dory , the sequel to the 2016 starring the fish-surgeon, with the voice of Carla Signoris. On Tg4 the classic Seven brides for seven brothers , the the musical of 1954, while about 1% goes back to the 21.20 A chair for two , the cult of John Landis of 1983, Eddie Murphy and Dan Aykroyd: became a traditional event of the christmas season on the Mediaset networks. Released in Italy in January 1984, after the first tv in April, 1986, A chair for two was broadcast in almost every year during the holidays on Channel 5 and, since 2008, on Italia 1, always obtaining great results. And there are several pages on Facebook dedicated to the film on tv, which, between small scopertie, anecdotes and memories, every December, mark the days until the airing. On Sky Cinema Two at 21.15 the biopic Laurel and Hardy , played by Steve Coogan and John C. Reilly .

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